Mountain… unlimited source of inspiration, beauty, surprises. And from time to time, Nature decides that I am ready for a new lesson. This story is about one: Meeting Swiss Morteratsch Glacier face to face.
I’ve spent most of my childhood near Smederevo Fortress. I grow up in the fields of this fort, I climbed its rocky towers, peeked into the closed and forbidden chambers beneath its walls. I sat countless times on its fortifications staring at the Danube. The Smederevo Fort will always be a place to come back to and the huge portion of my youth.
As you might have guessed, New Year’s holidays have brought me a lot of unexpected commitments. I did not finish the advertised text about Rila National Park in time for the announced term. Since it is a bit longer text, it will wait for some quieter days. In the meantime, I want to show you one amazing site that doesn’t require too many words. You will see Lake Hallstatt Austria the way I saw it…
How did one plain waterfall and one modest mountain become a symbol of Iceland and one of the 10 most photographed scenes in the world? The answer is difficult to give even when you are on the spot. The scene is just … fascinating.
The Bernina Pass (Passo del Bernina) is 2300 meters high pass that connects two beautiful Swiss valleys filled with hiking and biking trails. This is a story about one of them.
Named after the historic town, Lake Hallstatt hides authentic attractions: numerous hiking trails, amazing bike routes, numerous waterfalls, salt mines, ice caves and much, much more.
After much thought and a thousand and one reasons for and against, I finally decided that the time was right to create my own website. Over the years I have used many platforms from Facebook through Blogger and WordPress.Org to platforms you probably have never heard of such as SteemIt and Sola. What I have in common with these platforms is that I was very limited in their capabilities and in the end I lost…